Internet and Electronic Commerce Law in the European Union
Bloomsbury Publishing, 1999 M08 1 - 256 páginas
This book outlines and analyses the legislative activity of the Union in an area which is currently experiencing exponential growth in terms of both commercial activity and legal significance. The scope of the book is current,pending and proposed Internet-related law on contracts, copyright, data protection, commercial communications, financial services, electronic cash and electronic signatures.
John Dickie argues that the Union is in the process of displacing Member State autonomy in the regulation of the Internet. Within that frame, it is argued that there is a lack of focus on the individual in the electronic marketplace and a lack of co-ordination between relevant legislative instruments.
This book will be of interest to all those engaged with Union and Internet law, including lawyers, policy-makers and academics.
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